Experience Windsor with us

Explore a royal retreat during a fabulous Windsor tour. Situated by the River Thames, the historic town of Windsor is frequently visited by the Queen herself when she needs a break!  Filled with beautiful parks, quaint English houses, and cobblestone streets, you can get away from it all with a Windsor tour. If you find yourself in London, a Windsor day trip might just be the very thing you need for a little peace. Visit Windsor Castle, which has been occupied by the royal family since the 11th century. And, stop by Queen Mary’s Dolls’ House, which is a miniature palace complete with elevators and plumbing. For a little architectural history, stop by St. George’s Chapel or the Frogmore House & Gardens. Or, if you’re looking for a little excitement, there’s always the LEGOLAND Windsor Resort. It’s what to do in Windsor if you’re bringing the kids along!
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Our tips for Windsor

  • Late Arrival.Although Windsor Castle opens at 10:00 a.m., the best time to visit is between 11:00 to 11:30 a.m. because the bulk of tourist busses arrive just before the castle opens its doors. It’s one of the best things to do in Windsor to avoid delays.
  • Two Birds...One Stone.The Parish of Eton sits across the Thames from Windsor and you can enjoy a pleasant walk on the pedestrian-only Windsor Bridge to get there.Why not visit the home of the famous Eton College during your Windsor vacation?
  • Window-shopping.Thanks to increased tourism, Windsor now represents also a great place to shop and grab a bite.The pedestrian-only shopping streets are sprinkled with cafés, making for some great people-watching during your Windsor tour.

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Spring and Summer are the best time to make the most of Windsor. The weather is often pleasant and you can enjoy walks along the River Thames. Just take an umbrella with you, well, just in case. English weather can be unpredictable.

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